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#1 bbelair

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    Posted 04 May 2010 - 01:59 PM

    Is this possible? I've only found a couple... I found a bunch of great deals for Mexico but my family isn't digging it. I think just because it's out of the country they assume it's going to blow their bank account.

    Anyways.... does anyone have suggestions??

    #2 roxyqt

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      Posted 12 May 2010 - 03:13 PM

      If you are looking for something with a Beach Destination feel I would check into something in the Keys, I am not sure of any "True" All-Inclusives, but there has to be something down there I would think. If you are looking for Family and/or Fun, try Disney World, they have meal packages that you can include with your stay and tickets. We did this last year for our Vacation and did the Disney Meal Plan, which actually was included in our stay for free because we had booked for a certain amount of days. I believe they also do payment plans for your packages if booked far enough in advance. Plus there are ways to have a non-Disney wedding. I attended a wedding there that was about 40 people and they did an amazing job with everything!!!!
      :) Good Luck!!!!

      #3 bbelair

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        Posted 12 May 2010 - 03:16 PM

        Thanks so much!! You are the second person to tell me about Disney's meal plans today!! I'm going to have to check it out!! :)

        #4 roxyqt

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          Posted 13 May 2010 - 02:33 AM

          The plans can be great and since they were included in our package, we didn't feel as guilty if we decided to stray off the plan to have a nicer Dinner somewhere. They explain where and how to use them on Disney | Official Home Page for All Things Disney Disney is a great place to have a wedding, but I know can be really expensive. It may be more something your family could enjoy :). I actually had another friend get Married at a Hotel in Downtown Disney, called Buena Vista Palace. It was really nice!! Most of us stayed on Disney Property, and the others at BVP, they have transportation provided as well to the parks and if you are looking for a place to have the wedding to reduce cost look into other Hotels that are close and just travel to them from your Disney Resort:). Not to mention surrounding Theme parks are having great deals on tickets!! Lots of Luck!!!

          #5 Sapphire723

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            Posted 13 May 2010 - 07:59 AM

            Disney has the meal plans, and I believe there is a Club Med in Florida, but I don't think booze is included with either package.

            #6 roxyqt

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              Posted 13 May 2010 - 11:18 PM

              Originally Posted by Sapphire723
              Disney has the meal plans, and I believe there is a Club Med in Florida, but I don't think booze is included with either package.
              For sure with the Disney package, Alcohol is not included. With our meal plan we received a non-alcoholic beverage with each meal. So still not a "true" all-inclusive, its more like being on a cruise ship :), you get the meals but have to pay for your booze :).

              #7 Stephen Dohring

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                Posted 09 June 2010 - 08:32 PM

                Clearwater or St. Peteresburg Beach are great choices - not too far from Orlando also. The Sandpearl resort and The Don Cesar are first class and on amazing beaches.

                #8 JanineA

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                  Posted 09 June 2010 - 11:40 PM

                  The only truly all inclusive resort I know of is Club Med in Sandpiper. If you are thinking of the Keys then Little Palm Island does have an all-inclusive package but be fore warned LPI is expensive....but so worth it!!! Its out of this world exquisite. Naples Grande Beach Resort used to offer an all-inclusive package as well but I checked the website and it seems they are down to only offering breakfast at best. Amelia Island Plantation offers all-inclusive packages as well but be fore-warned that though Amelia Island is beautiful it is very far removed from anything...its in a little world up in North Florida all of its own....I stayed at the Ritz Carlton for a week and a half and after three days I was going stir crazy...lol. Good luck hope this helps....oh yes and there is always Disney, you can't go wrong with Disney.

                  #9 FutureMrsLewis

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                    Posted 10 June 2010 - 09:32 AM

                    If you have any questions about Disney, feel free to ask me We're getting married there in February 2012 ^_^

                    #10 blkbeautycece

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                      Posted 24 January 2012 - 09:49 AM

                      Where can I find Disney wedding information?


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